Premier League Manager of the Month

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Alex Ferguson has twenty-seven Manager of the Month awards and was the inaugural recipient.
The award
The April 1999 award given to Alex Ferguson

The Premier League Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League manager each month of the season. The winner is chosen by a combination of an online public vote, which contributes to 10% of the final tally, and a panel of experts.[1] It has been called the Carling Premiership Manager of the Month (1993–2001) and the Barclaycard Premiership Manager of the Month (2001–2004); it is currently known as the Barclays Manager of the Month.[2]

The Premier League was formed in 1992, when the members of the First Division resigned from the Football League.[3] These clubs set up a new commercially independent league that negotiated its own broadcast and sponsorship agreements.[4] The Premier League introduced new Manager of the Month and Manager of the Season awards for the 1993–94 season,[2] supplementing the existing Football Writers' Association and Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year awards. The first Manager of the Month was awarded to Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson for his achievements in August 1993.[5] For the 1994–95 season, the Premier League introduced the Player of the Month award, which is presented alongside the Manager of the Month award.[1]

Ferguson has been Manager of the Month the most times with a record twenty-seven awards. Harry Redknapp has had six spells managing Premier League clubs (West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, Portsmouth again, Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers), winning a Manager of the Month award in five of those spells. Eleven other managers have won an award with two or more clubs: Gordon Strachan with Coventry City and Southampton, Stuart Pearce with Nottingham Forest and Manchester City, Martin O'Neill with Leicester City, Aston Villa and Sunderland, Roy Hodgson with Blackburn Rovers and Fulham, Rafael Benítez with Liverpool, Chelsea and Newcastle United, Brendan Rodgers with Swansea City and Liverpool, Alan Pardew with West Ham United and Newcastle United, Sam Allardyce with Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United, Tony Pulis with Crystal Palace and West Bromwich Albion, Mauricio Pochettino with Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur, and Claudio Ranieri with Chelsea and Leicester City.

Fourteen managers have won awards in consecutive months: Joe Kinnear, Kevin Keegan, Roy Evans, Alex Ferguson, Arsène Wenger, David O'Leary, Stuart Pearce, Paul Jewell, Rafael Benítez, Carlo Ancelotti, Manuel Pellegrini, Claudio Ranieri, Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola. Guardiola is the only manager in Premier League history to have won the award in four successive months. The award has been shared on one occasion, in March 2002, when Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier was jointly awarded Manager of the Month with caretaker manager Phil Thompson, who had deputised while Houllier was absent for medical reasons.[6]

As of March 2019, the most recent recipient of the award is Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp.

Key[edit]

  • Managers marked shared shared the award with another manager.

List of winners[edit]

Contents

1993–94 · 1994–95 · 1995–96 · 1996–97 · 1997–98 · 1998–99 · 1999–2000
2000–01 · 2001–02 · 2002–03 · 2003–04 · 2004–05 · 2005–06 · 2006–07 · 2007–08 · 2008–09 · 2009–10
2010–11 · 2011–12 · 2012–13 · 2013–14 · 2014–15 · 2015–16 · 2016–17 · 2017–18 · 2018–19

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Ron Atkinson, winner in March 1995
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Roy Evans was the first Liverpool manager to become Manager of the Month, winning two consecutive awards in December 1995 and January 1996.
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Avram Grant is the only Israeli to become Manager of Month.
Pep Guardiola holds the record for the most consecutive awards – four, from September to December 2017.
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Gérard Houllier won three awards, of which one was shared with Phil Thompson.
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In October 2007, Mark Hughes became the fourth Blackburn Rovers manager to win Manager of Month.
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Martin Jol, winner in December 2004
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José Mourinho has won the award three times.
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David Moyes has ten Manager of Month awards, the third most.
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Stuart Pearce is a three-time Manager of the Month and a former Player of the Month.
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Manuel Pellegrini is the first Manchester City manager to win four Manager of the Month awards.
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Claudio Ranieri has won five awards.
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Harry Redknapp, Manager of the Month with four different clubs
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Bryan Robson was Manager of the Month in March 1997.
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Arsène Wenger has fifteen Manager of Month awards, second only to Ferguson.
Month Year[a] Manager Nationality[7] Club Ref.
August 1993.51993 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [5]
September 1993.61993 Joe Kinnear  Ireland Wimbledon [5]
October 1993.71993 Mike Walker  Wales Norwich City [5]
November 1993.81993 Kevin Keegan  England Newcastle United [5]
December 1993.91993 Trevor Francis  England Sheffield Wednesday [5]
January 1994.11994 Kenny Dalglish  Scotland Blackburn Rovers [5]
February 1994.21994 Joe Royle  England Oldham Athletic [5]
March 1994.31994 Joe Kinnear  Ireland Wimbledon [8]
April 1994.41994 Joe Kinnear  Ireland Wimbledon [5]
August 1994.51994 Kevin Keegan  England Newcastle United [9]
September 1994.61994 Frank Clark  England Nottingham Forest [10]
October 1994.71994 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [9]
November 1994.81994 Kenny Dalglish  Scotland Blackburn Rovers [9]
December 1994.91994 Gerry Francis  England Queens Park Rangers [9]
January 1995.11995 Brian Little  England Aston Villa [9]
February 1995.21995 Kevin Keegan  England Newcastle United [9]
March 1995.31995 Ron Atkinson  England Coventry City [9]
April 1995.41995 Howard Wilkinson  England Leeds United [9]
August 1995.51995 Kevin Keegan  England Newcastle United [11]
September 1995.61995 Kevin Keegan  England Newcastle United [12]
October 1995.71995 Frank Clark  England Nottingham Forest [11]
November 1995.81995 Alan Ball  England Manchester City [11]
December 1995.91995 Roy Evans  England Liverpool [11]
January 1996.11996 Roy Evans  England Liverpool [11]
February 1996.21996 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [11]
March 1996.31996 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [11]
April 1996.41996 Dave Merrington  England Southampton [13]
August 1996.51996 David Pleat  England Sheffield Wednesday [14]
September 1996.61996 Joe Kinnear  Ireland Wimbledon [15]
October 1996.71996 Graeme Souness  Scotland Southampton [16]
November 1996.81996 Jim Smith  England Derby County [14]
December 1996.91996 Gordon Strachan  Scotland Coventry City [17]
January 1997.11997 Stuart Pearce  England Nottingham Forest [14]
February 1997.21997 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [14]
March 1997.31997 Bryan Robson  England Middlesbrough [18]
April 1997.41997 Graeme Souness  Scotland Southampton [14]
August 1997.51997 Roy Hodgson  England Blackburn Rovers [19]
September 1997.61997 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Leicester City [20]
October 1997.71997 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [21]
November 1997.81997 George Graham  Scotland Leeds United [22]
December 1997.91997 Roy Hodgson  England Blackburn Rovers [21]
January 1998.11998 Howard Kendall  England Everton [23]
February 1998.21998 Gordon Strachan  Scotland Coventry City [21]
March 1998.31998 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [24]
April 1998.41998 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [21]
August 1998.51998 Alan Curbishley  England Charlton Athletic [25]
September 1998.61998 John Gregory  England Aston Villa [26]
October 1998.71998 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Leicester City [27]
November 1998.81998 Harry Redknapp  England West Ham United [26]
December 1998.91998 Brian Kidd  England Blackburn Rovers [28]
January 1999.11999 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [29]
February 1999.21999 Alan Curbishley  England Charlton Athletic [30]
March 1999.31999 David O'Leary  Ireland Leeds United [26]
April 1999.41999 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [31]
August 1999.51999 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [32]
September 1999.61999 Walter Smith  Scotland Everton [33]
October 1999.71999 Peter Reid  England Sunderland [34]
November 1999.81999 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Leicester City [35]
December 1999.91999 Gérard Houllier  France Liverpool [36]
January 2000.12000 Danny Wilson  Northern Ireland Sheffield Wednesday [37]
February 2000.22000 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [38]
March 2000.32000 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [39]
April 2000.42000 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [40]
August 2000.52000 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [41]
September 2000.62000 Peter Taylor  England Leicester City [42]
October 2000.72000 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [43]
November 2000.82000 George Burley  Scotland Ipswich Town [44]
December 2000.92000 Peter Reid  England Sunderland [45]
January 2001.12001 Terry Venables  England Middlesbrough [46]
February 2001.22001 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [47]
March 2001.32001 David O'Leary  Ireland Leeds United [48]
April 2001.42001 David O'Leary  Ireland Leeds United [49]
August 2001.52001 Sam Allardyce  England Bolton Wanderers [50]
September 2001.62001 John Gregory  England Aston Villa [51]
October 2001.72001 Glenn Hoddle  England Tottenham Hotspur [52]
November 2001.82001 Phil Thompson  England Liverpool [53]
December 2001.92001 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [54]
January 2002.12002 Gordon Strachan  Scotland Southampton [55]
February 2002.22002 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [56]
March[b] 2002.32002 Gérard Houllier shared  France Liverpool [6]
March[b] 2002.32002 Phil Thompson shared  England Liverpool [6]
April 2002.42002 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [57]
August 2002.52002 Glenn Hoddle  England Tottenham Hotspur [58]
September 2002.62002 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [59]
October 2002.72002 Gérard Houllier  France Liverpool [60]
November 2002.82002 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [61]
December 2002.92002 Gordon Strachan  Scotland Southampton [62]
January 2003.12003 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [63]
February 2003.22003 Alan Curbishley  England Charlton Athletic [64]
March 2003.32003 Glenn Roeder  England West Ham United [65]
April 2003.42003 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [66]
August 2003.52003 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [67]
September 2003.62003 Claudio Ranieri  Italy Chelsea [68]
October 2003.72003 Bobby Robson  England Newcastle United [69]
November 2003.82003 Sam Allardyce  England Bolton Wanderers [70]
December 2003.92003 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [67]
January 2004.12004 Sam Allardyce  England Bolton Wanderers [71]
February 2004.22004 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [72]
March 2004.32004 Claudio Ranieri  Italy Chelsea [73]
April 2004.42004 Harry Redknapp  England Portsmouth [74]
August 2004.52004 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [75]
September 2004.62004 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [76]
October 2004.72004 Harry Redknapp  England Portsmouth [77]
November 2004.82004 José Mourinho  Portugal Chelsea [78]
December 2004.92004 Martin Jol  Netherlands Tottenham Hotspur [79]
January 2005.12005 José Mourinho  Portugal Chelsea [80]
February 2005.22005 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [81]
March 2005.32005 Harry Redknapp  England Southampton [82]
April 2005.42005 Stuart Pearce  England Manchester City [83]
August 2005.52005 Stuart Pearce  England Manchester City [84]
September 2005.62005 Paul Jewell  England Wigan Athletic [85]
October 2005.72005 Paul Jewell  England Wigan Athletic [86]
November 2005.82005 Rafael Benítez  Spain Liverpool [87]
December 2005.92005 Rafael Benítez  Spain Liverpool [88]
January 2006.12006 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [89]
February 2006.22006 Alan Pardew  England West Ham United [90]
March 2006.32006 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [91]
April 2006.42006 Harry Redknapp  England Portsmouth [92]
August 2006.52006 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [93]
September 2006.62006 Steve Coppell  England Reading [94]
October 2006.72006 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [95]
November 2006.82006 Steve Coppell  England Reading [96]
December 2006.92006 Sam Allardyce  England Bolton Wanderers [97]
January 2007.12007 Rafael Benítez  Spain Liverpool [98]
February 2007.22007 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [99]
March 2007.32007 José Mourinho  Portugal Chelsea [100]
April 2007.42007 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Aston Villa [101]
August 2007.52007 Sven-Göran Eriksson  Sweden Manchester City [102]
September 2007.62007 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [103]
October 2007.72007 Mark Hughes  Wales Blackburn Rovers [104]
November 2007.82007 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Aston Villa [105]
December 2007.92007 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [106]
January 2008.12008 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [107]
February 2008.22008 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [108]
March 2008.32008 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [109]
April 2008.42008 Avram Grant  Israel Chelsea [110]
August 2008.52008 Gareth Southgate  England Middlesbrough [111]
September 2008.62008 Phil Brown  England Hull City [112]
October 2008.72008 Rafael Benítez  Spain Liverpool [113]
November 2008.82008 Gary Megson  England Bolton Wanderers [114]
December 2008.92008 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Aston Villa [115]
January 2009.12009 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [116]
February 2009.22009 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [117]
March 2009.32009 Rafael Benítez  Spain Liverpool [118]
April 2009.42009 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [119]
August 2009.52009 Harry Redknapp  England Tottenham Hotspur [120]
September 2009.62009 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [121]
October 2009.72009 Roy Hodgson  England Fulham [122]
November 2009.82009 Carlo Ancelotti  Italy Chelsea [123]
December 2009.92009 Alex McLeish  Scotland Birmingham City [124]
January 2010.12010 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [125]
February 2010.22010 Roy Hodgson  England Fulham [126]
March 2010.32010 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [127]
April 2010.42010 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Aston Villa [128]
August 2010.52010 Carlo Ancelotti  Italy Chelsea [129]
September 2010.62010 Roberto Di Matteo  Italy West Bromwich Albion [130]
October 2010.72010 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [131]
November 2010.82010 Owen Coyle  Ireland Bolton Wanderers [132]
December 2010.92010 Roberto Mancini  Italy Manchester City [133]
January 2011.12011 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [134]
February 2011.22011 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [135]
March 2011.32011 Carlo Ancelotti  Italy Chelsea [136]
April 2011.42011 Carlo Ancelotti  Italy Chelsea [137]
August 2011.52011 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [138]
September 2011.62011 Harry Redknapp  England Tottenham Hotspur [139]
October 2011.72011 Roberto Mancini  Italy Manchester City [140]
November 2011.82011 Harry Redknapp  England Tottenham Hotspur [141]
December 2011.92011 Martin O'Neill  Northern Ireland Sunderland [142]
January 2012.12012 Brendan Rodgers  Northern Ireland Swansea City [143]
February 2012.22012 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [144]
March 2012.32012 Owen Coyle  Ireland Bolton Wanderers [145]
April 2012.42012 Roberto Martínez  Spain Wigan Athletic [146]
September 2012.52012 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [147]
October 2012.62012 Alex Ferguson  Scotland Manchester United [148]
November 2012.72012 Steve Clarke  Scotland West Bromwich Albion [149]
December 2012.82012 André Villas-Boas  Portugal Tottenham Hotspur [150]
January 2013.12013 Brian McDermott  England Reading [151]
February 2013.22013 André Villas-Boas  Portugal Tottenham Hotspur [152]
March 2013.32013 David Moyes  Scotland Everton [153]
April 2013.42013 Rafael Benítez  Spain Chelsea [154]
August 2013.52013 Brendan Rodgers  Northern Ireland Liverpool [155]
September 2013.62013 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [156]
October 2013.72013 Mauricio Pochettino  Argentina Southampton [157]
November 2013.82013 Alan Pardew  England Newcastle United [158]
December 2013.92013 Manuel Pellegrini  Chile Manchester City [159]
January 2014.12014 Manuel Pellegrini  Chile Manchester City [160]
February 2014.22014 Sam Allardyce  England West Ham United [161]
March 2014.32014 Brendan Rodgers  Northern Ireland Liverpool [162]
April 2014.42014 Tony Pulis  Wales Crystal Palace [163]
August 2014.52014 Garry Monk  England Swansea City [164]
September 2014.62014 Ronald Koeman  Netherlands Southampton [165]
October 2014.72014 Sam Allardyce  England West Ham United [166]
November 2014.82014 Alan Pardew  England Newcastle United [167]
December 2014.92014 Manuel Pellegrini  Chile Manchester City [168]
January 2015.12015 Ronald Koeman  Netherlands Southampton [169]
February 2015.22015 Tony Pulis  Wales West Bromwich Albion [170]
March 2015.32015 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [171]
April 2015.42015 Nigel Pearson  England Leicester City [172]
August 2015.52015 Manuel Pellegrini  Chile Manchester City [173]
September 2015.62015 Mauricio Pochettino  Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [174]
October 2015.72015 Arsène Wenger  France Arsenal [175]
November 2015.82015 Claudio Ranieri  Italy Leicester City [176]
December 2015.92015 Quique Sánchez Flores  Spain Watford [177]
January 2016.12016 Ronald Koeman  Netherlands Southampton [178]
February 2016.22016 Mauricio Pochettino  Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [179]
March 2016.32016 Claudio Ranieri  Italy Leicester City [180]
April 2016.42016 Claudio Ranieri  Italy Leicester City [181]
August 2016.52016 Mike Phelan  England Hull City [182]
September 2016.62016 Jürgen Klopp  Germany Liverpool [183]
October 2016.72016 Antonio Conte  Italy Chelsea [184]
November 2016.82016 Antonio Conte  Italy Chelsea [185]
December 2016.92016 Antonio Conte  Italy Chelsea [186]
January 2017.12017 Paul Clement  England Swansea City [187]
February 2017.22017 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [188]
March 2017.32017 Eddie Howe  England AFC Bournemouth [189]
April 2017.42017 Mauricio Pochettino  Argentina Tottenham Hotspur [190]
August 2017.52017 David Wagner  United States Huddersfield Town [191]
September 2017.62017 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [192]
October 2017.72017 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [193]
November 2017.82017 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [194]
December 2017.92017 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [195]
January 2018.12018 Eddie Howe  England AFC Bournemouth [196]
February 2018.22018 Chris Hughton  Ireland Brighton & Hove Albion [197]
March 2018.32018 Sean Dyche  England Burnley [198]
April 2018.42018 Darren Moore  Jamaica West Bromwich Albion [199]
August 2018.52018 Javi Gracia  Spain Watford [200]
September 2018.62018 Nuno Espírito Santo  Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers [201]
October 2018.72018 Eddie Howe  England AFC Bournemouth [202]
November 2018.82018 Rafael Benítez  Spain Newcastle United [203]
December 2018.92018 Jürgen Klopp  Germany Liverpool [204]
January 2019.12019 Ole Gunnar Solskjær  Norway Manchester United [205]
February 2019.22019 Pep Guardiola  Spain Manchester City [206]
March 2019.32019 Jürgen Klopp  Germany Liverpool [207]

Multiple winners[edit]

Rank Managers Wins
1st Alex Ferguson 27
2nd Arsène Wenger 15
3rd David Moyes 10
4th Martin O'Neill 8
Harry Redknapp
6th Rafael Benítez 7
7th Sam Allardyce 6
Pep Guardiola
Bobby Robson
10th Kevin Keegan 5
Claudio Ranieri
12th Carlo Ancelotti 4
Roy Hodgson
Joe Kinnear
Manuel Pellegrini
Mauricio Pochettino
Gordon Strachan
18th Antonio Conte 3
Alan Curbishley
Gérard Houllier[b]
Eddie Howe
Jürgen Klopp
Ronald Koeman
José Mourinho
David O'Leary
Alan Pardew
Stuart Pearce
Brendan Rodgers
29th Frank Clark 2
Steve Coppell
Owen Coyle
Kenny Dalglish
Roy Evans
John Gregory
Glenn Hoddle
Paul Jewell
Roberto Mancini
Tony Pulis
Peter Reid
Graeme Souness
Phil Thompson[b]
André Villas-Boas

Awards won by nationality[edit]

Nationality Managers Wins
 England 41 82[b]
 Scotland 10 50
 France 2 18[b]
 Spain 5 16
 Italy 5 15
 Northern Ireland 3 12
 Ireland 4 10
 Portugal 3 6
 Wales 3 4
 Netherlands 2 4
 Argentina 1 4
 Chile 1 4
 Germany 1 3
 Israel 1 1
 Jamaica 1 1
 Norway 1 1
 Sweden 1 1
 United States 1 1

Awards won by club[edit]

Club Managers Wins
Manchester United 2 28
Liverpool 5 17[b]
Manchester City 5 15
Arsenal 1 15
Chelsea 6 14
Newcastle United 4 14
Everton 3 12
Tottenham Hotspur 5 11
Southampton 6 10
Leicester City 4 8
Aston Villa 3 7
Bolton Wanderers 3 7
Blackburn Rovers 4 6
West Ham United 4 5
Leeds United 3 5
West Bromwich Albion 4 4
Wimbledon 1 4
Middlesbrough 3 3
Sheffield Wednesday 3 3
Coventry City 2 3
Nottingham Forest 2 3
Reading 2 3
Sunderland 2 3
Wigan Athletic 2 3
AFC Bournemouth 1 3
Charlton Athletic 1 3
Portsmouth 1 3
Hull City 2 2
Swansea City 2 2
Watford 2 2
Fulham 1 2
Birmingham City 1 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 1 1
Burnley 1 1
Crystal Palace 1 1
Derby County 1 1
Huddersfield Town 1 1
Ipswich Town 1 1
Norwich City 1 1
Oldham Athletic 1 1
Queens Park Rangers 1 1
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 1

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Liverpool manager Gérard Houllier became ill during the 2001–02 season, and Phil Thompson became caretaker manager. Houllier returned to his management job in March and he was jointly award Manager of the Month with Thompson. In the tables they are counted as two separate recipients.[6]

References[edit]

General

  • "Premier League Awards". Premier League. Retrieved 12 April 2019. Individual seasons accessed via drop-down list.

Specific

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  2. ^ a b "Seasonal Awards". Premier League. Archived from the original on 7 July 2007.
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